We chat to Belgrade-based Kirsten Schlewitz from the Unusual Efforts blog/podcast about Red Star v Partizan, the Belgrade Derby.
We look at the history of one of the biggest rivalries in international football - England v Germany - with football historian Dr. Christoph Wagner.
We catch up with football journalist James Montague to discuss his travels around the Middle Eastern football scene, which he chronicled in his book "When Friday Comes: Football, War and Revolution in the Middle East.
It's a cracking episode!
We discuss who was the true "father of Italian football" with the writers and producers of a new film and book about a Nottingham textile worker who founded what would become one of the world's greatest clubs.
Plus we discover how the A-League is growing in Australia, where to go, and the emerging ultra cultures of soccer Down Under.
We catch up with Charlotte Mackay, great-granddaughter of William Alexander Mackay, founder of Spain’s first football club, Real Club Recreativo de Huelva.
We also talk to Italian sports writer Chloe Beresford for her tips on watching Serie A football.
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In this episode we sit down with AFC Bournemouth's Commercial Director, Rob Mitchell, to discuss the club's future plans, and we talk to Benjamin Roberts, author of a new book on the often turbulent history of football in Northern Ireland.
We talk to Danny Brogan, co-founder of ChineseSuperLeagueFootball.com, to find out what's happening in China, and we catch up with Mark Doidge from the University of Brighton, who studies fan movements across Europe.
We discuss the fluctuating fortunes of West London club Queens Park Rangers (QPR) and also hear all about Madrid's third club, Rayo Vallecano, from a local analyst.
We talk to sports historian Andy Mitchell about the roots of football in Scotland, and get an introduction to the French game from Agence France Presse's Tom Williams.
We talk to FC St Pauli's Martin Drust about the club's history, future plans and how it got its 'cult' status.
We also speak to Portuguese football writer Tiago Estêvão to get an introduction to domestic football at the home of the 2016 European Champions.